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the fuel rail temperature sensor is actually part of the fuel rail pressure sensor, which is mounted on the fuel rail, on the intake manifold...it is a common problem on the Freestars and is easily acessible from under the hood, just to the left rear of the engine. The fuel rail pressure sensor costs about $75 from ford.
Look in ur 2004 freestar book and find the fuse it should be #9 (PATS FUSE)under the driver dash. Take the fuse out the lil red light on dash will not light anymore and ur van will start and keep the fuse out.
start your engine and open the hood. inpect every place that the belt runs through, the pulley that doesn't turn is where the problem is. to make sure, pour some water on it, after you stopped the engine, and if smoke comes out, correct the problem
The code is on the fuse box under the dash near the hood release. On my van there are two bar codes on a sticker attached to the fuse box. Under the first bar code, on the right side is the 5 digit code (bring your glasses the numbers are really small). After you get this code, just search the internet and there are plenty of forums on programing the keyless remote and also adding your own unique number to the key pad entry.
All you need is a 13mm boxed end wrench. The tensioner pulley is the one all the way on the bottom towards the rear of the van. You can reach it under the van. Slide under the van in front of the passenger front tire and you will wee the pulley. Put the wrench on the bolt and pull towards you to release the tension on the belt.